gmbal 4.0.0-b002-1~18.04 source package in Ubuntu


gmbal (4.0.0-b002-1~18.04) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Provide Java EE modules and APIs removed from OpenJDK 11. LP: #1784196.
  * No-change backport from 18.10.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 19 Feb 2019 16:16:54 +0100

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Matthias Klose on 2019-02-20
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Bionic updates on 2019-04-16 universe java
Bionic security on 2019-04-16 universe java


Bionic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


File Size SHA-256 Checksum
gmbal_4.0.0-b002.orig.tar.xz 132.9 KiB fe65bb47b8b581c89117e7c6912de42ae6b508abc82dac23fd4748d1d6a82a4c
gmbal_4.0.0-b002-1~18.04.debian.tar.xz 8.3 KiB b220f064776083f138844dadddd950c02e4d2f59d990c9e0b87fee57f9bd8bd4
gmbal_4.0.0-b002-1~18.04.dsc 2.1 KiB 8d26af204e3867ec62d34765988c5d984926cf1ef106c721b80af38a65dc20e3

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libgmbal-java: GlassFish MBean Annotation Library

 The GlassFish MBean Annotation Library (gmbal, pronounced as in "gumball")
 is a runtime annotation processor that creates Open MBeans. This is useful
 for creating a management API for existing code with minimal effort. It is
 intended to be applied to existing modules (which may be OSGi bundles in
 GlassFish v3, or any other packaging model including standard jar files),
 but could be used anywhere that it is desired to combine the definition of
 the management API with the module API and implementation.
 Gmbal is not limited to use in GlassFish. Gmbal is completely independent
 of GlassFish, and may be used in a context where GlassFish is not present.